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    Default Red Vented Bulbul

    Red Vented Bulbul
    Dated: 10.07.2015.
    Camera: Nikon D750.
    Lens: Tamron 150-600mm.
    EXIF: @ 600mm, f/6.3, 1/2500, ISO2000.
    Post Edited: Cropped Image, Nikon ViewNX2 & Photoscape.
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    I liked the wing spread, they look like a Japanese fan . Was it a fight? Wish it was closer for more details. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks. Not sure on fight. But it was hard to get close to this birds. This happened suddenly.

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    No amount of focal length can be enough for birds, if we are not in the right position. Too often, we are limited to the safari vehicles and can't move. Wish you had a higher depth of field. The wings of the birds have come out well. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks Sir.... will keep that in mind.

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    Nice moment. Wingspread beautifully captured. Redvented Bulbul is usually seen in pairs throughout the year in my garden, like Common Bulbul and Pied Sterling. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Thanks for the comment

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